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The longest lunar eclipse of the century will be tomorrow

Partial Moon Green will be visible in North and South America, Australia and other parts of Europe. Photo: File

Karachi: The eclipse of the moon will take place tomorrow (Friday) but then there will be time of day in Pakistan due to which this view will not be possible in Pakistan.

According to the Meteorological Department, the second partial lunar eclipse of this year will be on November 19 (Friday) which will not be seen in Pakistan.

However, this partial lunar eclipse will be visible in North and South America, Australia and other parts of Europe, while most parts of Asia and Europe and North and West Africa will also be seen.

According to Pakistani time, this partial lunar eclipse will start at 12:18:12 pm and will end at 3:47:44 pm.

The duration of this lunar eclipse will be 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds which will make it the longest lunar eclipse of the present (21st) century.

NASA says that in this eclipse, about 97% of the moon will be hidden in the shadow of the earth.

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